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  • News: China may partially unblock Facebook, Twitter

    The Chinese government may be about to ease up on its policy of censoring its citizens.

  • News: Twitter fixes Tweet button issue that downloaded a torrent file

    Some Twitter users were surprised Monday when they clicked a button to share content from third-party websites but instead downloaded a mysterious torrent file.

  • News: Show me the money: Facebook tests new feature to encourage more in-app buying

    Facebook is moving ahead with plans to test a new mobile feature to entice more people to buy products while shopping on smaller devices such as iPhones.

  • News: 6 Social Media Management Tools Ready for the Enterprise

    Social media is playing a growing role in corporate marketing campaigns. These six tools will help you launch, track and analyze campaigns across a variety of social media services -- including some you might not expect.

  • News: Memo to Pinterest: Go ahead with those ads, but be careful

    Pinterest already makes nice with outside businesses to better connect them with its site, but the social network is now thinking about consummating that relationship with promotional content.

  • News: Pinterest's promoted pins preview ads to come

    You knew it was coming. Pinterest is testing promoted pins in what is certainly a preview of how the company will make money from all those carefully curated food photo collections.

  • News: Rest assured, your Facebook likes are now free speech

    The Constitution protects your right to like whatever inane Facebook page you want to, a federal appeals court in Virginia decided this week.

  • News: Why Twitter dominates the social sports arena

    It's the big game. You've got your jersey on, HDTV tuned to the proper channel, and your smartphone in hand. It's not quite like being in the bleachers at the stadium, but with surround-sound, snacks, and social media, it might be even better.

  • News: Internet.org looks to 'Facebook for Every Phone'

    The companies behind Internet.org, the organization formed by Facebook, Qualcomm and several others to bring the Internet to areas that still don't have it, released a document (PDF) yesterday detailing some of their plans for the initiative. One section stands out in particular, if only for its title – Facebook for Every Phone.

  • News: Reddit learns lesson, bans subreddit created to find Washington Navy Yard shooters

    Reddit is being applauded for quickly nixing a subreddit dedicated to finding shooters involved in killing a dozen people Monday at Washington Navy Yard.

  • News: Scientists prove the existence of the Internet Hate Machine

    If you've been on the Internet for more than a day, you probably noticed it's a bit... angry. All the time. On its best days there's a thin layer of snark coating the famed series of tubes. On its worst days, well, the Internet tries to get someone fired for giving a game a 9/10 rating instead of a 10/10 or Anna Gunn has to write a New York Times op-ed about receiving death threats because people hate her Breaking Bad character or a social network identifies the wrong man as a terrorist or...

  • News: Who's actually writing your favorite celebrity's tweets?

    Now in his mid-70s, actor George Takei has found new fame as a beloved social media maven boasting millions of followers across his varioussocial networking accounts. That's some heavy digital mojo for an actor best known for a supporting role on a short-lived 1960s TV series and occasional guest appearances on The Howard Stern Show. There's a very good reason for his newfound digital popularity, though: Takei's meme-orific posts are absolutely delightful!

  • News: Twitter's Frankensteins: The Spambots that look like people

    I grew up in Tuolumne County in California's Sierra Nevada foothill region. My old stomping grounds have been in the news lately, mostly because they've been on fire. As the Rim fire has grown to 400 square miles in size, making it the third largest fire in state history, I've been following along with reports on Twitter using the hashtag #rimfire.

  • News: Twitter's going public: Who cares?

    Unless you work on Wall Street, news of Twitter's IPO probably did little to pique your interest. Executives and financiers make a lot of money when companies go public, but regular folks don't benefit that much.

  • News: Going public gives Twitter a sustainable future, analysts say

    The days of shrugging off Twitter may soon be over. Some 200 million users strong, the site is already one of the most prominent social networks, but going public could give it the muscle to become the next Facebook or Apple, one analyst said.

  • News: Twitter finally files for IPO

    Maybe Mark Zuckerberg gave Twitter a boost of confidence. A day after Zuckerberg offered words of wisdom about the IPO process to the popular micro-blogging service, the company sent out a tweet:

  • News: Twitter files for IPO

    Twitter announced -- on Twitter, of course -- that the company has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering.

  • News: Social enterprise better suited for a siloed business: Global Consulting Group

    The siloed nature of Global Consulting Group's business pushed it to adopt a social enterprise network, according to strategy advisor, Paul Hunt.

  • News: Google+ snaps Snapseed into Chrome browser

    You many not want to admit it, but you never--never--post a photo to a social network without a little work. It doesn't have to be the full-on treatment, but cropping, exposure fix, maybe a little sharpening is de rigueur before you let the world see even a snapshot. Google gets that. And now it has made such selected enhancements almost as easy as relying on the service's Magic Wand (auto enhance function) by integrating the famed Snapseed photo editor directly into Google+ for Chrome.

  • News: Reddit AMA featuring Microsoft Outlook.com team tackles NSA, IMAP, Gmail

    Microsoft's Outlook.com engineers and product managers, a little more than a year since the revamped messaging service launched, took to Reddit Thursday to field questions on topics that ranged from the controversial (NSA email snooping) to the technical (IMAP support).

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